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Seeking method for design student to learn Planning
Hi, I am a graduate student of Tongji University. My major is design, but I am very interested in Urban planning, and I think there is a lot opportunities to engage design student for developing the planning education. So as a novice, would it possible to learn related knowledge by myself and which method is more suitable for design student? Your valuable advice would be very much appreciated. Thanks
Hi there, I am actually a designer before and now I'm a urban planner. For me, I found there are many common points between Urban Planning and Design, for example, they share the same basic design curriculum in early learning, have a good understanding of design is good for both. As a design major student, I recommend you to learn Planning related knowledge by yourself, thanks to technologies, we have more and more learning approaches from internet, you could find more on internet. For more details, you could leave a comment below. Good luck.
Questions about urban planning education orientation
Hi, I’m a student from Tongji university. The undergraduate education in our university doesn’t include linear algebra nor probability. We don’t even know coding or algorithms. Hence most of us don’t know a single thing about state of art technology. I’m really unsure of my position in the field. What’s a traditional urban planner role in future intelligent city? What does the existing education have to be optimized to adapt to the trend? . Thanks.
Thank you for your question, this is the trend of planning education in the future. In the future planning education, the boundaries between disciplines will not be fixed as they are now. It can be said that there is no clear concept of discipline. For example, MIT has few applied mathematicians, because in the MIT discipline, applied mathematics is dispensable, and applied mathematics as a basic skill has long been integrated into all departments. The entire MIT is a huge department of applied
Differences between urban planning and urban geography
I am a urban planner. I am from China, I am a researcher in planning education.I find that urban planning and urban geography have many similarities. I am particularly interested in geography, especially urban geography. I am very curious about the biggest difference between urban planning and urban geography. What type of work will students in urban geography majors engage in in the future? What is the work experience? Many thanks.
I trying to tell the relationship between urban geography and urban planning. Urban geography and urban planning are totally independent disciplines. There are fundamental differences between the two disciplines in terms of research approach, techniques and practices,etc. Urban geography is a geography discipline that studies the nature and distribution of urban geography. Promote the comprehensive coordinated and sustainable development of urban and rural economy and society as the fundamental task, promote the use of land science as the basis, and promote the fundamental improvement of human settlements, covering the spatial layout planning of urban and rural residential areas. Both of them take the city as the research object, however, the research direction is fundamentally different, the urban geography studies the development of the urban and rural structure, studies the formation and development of each city from the perspective of geography, and studies the structural relationship and urban system of the urban system within a certain region. The law of development and evolution is theoretically strong. The main purpose of the urban system planning in urban planning is to take the coordinated development of urban and rural areas from the overall perspective of the region as a whole, and to guide the rational layout and coordinated development of various towns. The overall urban planning is the urban development goal and development scale in a certain period of time, layout and comprehensive deployment and implementation measures of various constructions, guiding and regulating urban construction, and important basis and means for protecting and managing urban space resources. The relationship between urban geography and urban planning. Urban geography provides theoretical guidance for urban planning and is applied to the practice of urban planning. Urban planning provides research topics for urban geography, research materials and practical argumentation, and promotes the continuous enrichment and perfection of urban geography theory.
The microbial water quality evaluation
The microbial water quality at two beaches, Hobie Beach and Crandon Beach, in Miami-Dade County, Florida, USA was measured using multiple microbial indicators for the purpose of evaluating correlations between microbes and for identifying possible sources of contamination. The microbial water quality at two beaches, Hobie Beach and Crandon Beach, in Miami-Dade County, Florida, USA was measured using multiple microbial indicators for the purpose of evaluating correlations between microbes and for identifying possible sour......